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Yeast Infection Bloating - A Sign of Systemic Yeast Infection?

03rd November 2009
If you have yeast infection, and you find yourself bloated a lot, then this could be a forewarning of a more serious systemic yeast infection. Find out here what causes bloating and why you need to take this symptom seriously. A yeast infection is caus... Read >
Author: John Cielo

The Intestinal Parasites That Can Stop You From Losing Weight

29th September 2009
If you are fat you may have an intestinal parasite problem you don't know about. In this country, one of the worst epidemics that we are faced with every day is obesity. The land of plenty is what our country is known for through out the world. This is th... Read >
Author: Robert D Thomas

Yeast Infection Yogurt Tampon - How to Use a Yogurt Tampon For Candida

22nd September 2009
A yeast infection yogurt tampon is a pretty effective method for treating vaginal yeast infection (candida). It's simple to do and way cheaper than drug-based medications that, in any case, only address the local symptoms and not the root cause of yeast i... Read >
Author: John Cielo

How does D-mannose eliminate E-coli bacterium?

08th August 2009
Every year several women and girls suffer from urinary tract infections. It dampens the functioning of urinary tract and leads to severe consequences. This episode reoccurs after sometime, which is followed by treatment with antibiotics and antimicrobials... Read >
Author: Robert Henry

Long Term Affects of Polio: What’s the Difference Between Flat and Flaccid Feet?

18th May 2009
The quick and crucial answer to the question, "What's the difference between flat and flaccid feet?" is that flat feet, though they have fallen arches, retain mobility whereas flaccid feet have lost the ability to move at all. Both conditions are long ter... Read >
Author: Kent

The Best Probiotics - How to Pick Them

18th May 2009
Most probiotic products fail to deliver their probiotic strains through the harsh acidity of the stomach (pH 1.5-2.5) into the intestinal tract alive which means these products don't work! It's typical for Lactobacillus probiotic species to lose 4 l... Read >
Author: MikeH

Best solution for fungus problems is Threelac.

17th April 2009
What is systemic yeast (Candida)? Candida albicans is a fungal organism that is present in everyone's intestinal tract. It is normally kept under control by the immune system and by beneficial intestinal bacteria. This balance is upset when these bact... Read >
Author: aditya

Control Chron's Disease With Natural Anti-Inflammatory Herbs And Vitamins

16th April 2009
Crohn's disease is an inflammatory bowel disorder with an unknown origin. It is often called iletis or enteritis and usually affects the lowest part of the small intestine. However, it can occur in other parts of the digestive tract, from the mouth to the... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Natural Vitamins And Herbs Can Help The Body Fight Jaundice

27th March 2009
Jaundice is the result of a buildup of bilirubin in the blood. This buildup causes a yellowing of the skin and eyes. Bilrubin is a yellow-brown substance that results when old red blood cells break down. If this waste product is not removed from the blood... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Dog Worms Symptoms

25th March 2009
Generally, there are five major types of worms, roundworm, tapeworm, hookworm, whipworm and the dreaded heartworm. All of these can cause light to serious complications and should never be left untreated. First, let's look at the different types of parasi... Read >
Author: villenoire

What Every Dog Owner Should Know About Canine Cystitis

08th January 2009
You may already know that bladder infections in dogs are a very common problem. But quite a few dog owners have questions about canine urinary tract infections. Here are answers to your questions. What Is Canine Cystitis? It's a bladder inflammation... Read >
Author: Darlene Norris

Helminthiasis

11th November 2008
Helminthiasis is a disease in which a part of the body is infested with worms such as pinworm, roundworm or tapeworm. Typically, the worms reside in the gastrointestinal tract but may also burrow into the liver and other organs. Infestation can cause m... Read >
Author: rosy

The Benefits of Taking Activated Charcoal Supplements

07th October 2008
If you have never heard of charcoal supplements, it is probably not your fault. After all, the only charcoal product you might have come across is inside the barbecue pit! For ages, however, the world has been well acquainted with charcoal as a medicinal ... Read >
Author: Fabiola Castillo

Constipated? Run and get Run Chang Wan

23rd September 2008
This is a classic constipation formula recorded in 1249 CE by the herbalist Lee Tung-yuan in his medical treatise Discussion of the Spleen and Stomach. Run Chang Wan, also called Moisten Bowel Pills, is designed to treat constipation associated with dr... Read >
Author: herbalspan

Home Remedies For Liver-Cleansing

21st April 2007
Our liver is responsible for many important functions in the body. The liver produces bile and because bile helps in breaking down fats it is important for normal digestion and for the delivery of nutrients from intestines into the blood. The liver regula... Read >
Author: Alien
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